Report: Don Callis No Longer An IMPACT Wrestling Executive

He departs the role after over three years

After over three years as an executive vice president for IMPACT Wrestling, Don Callis is no longer an executive with the promotion and Anthem Sports & Entertainment, Fightful Select has reported. 

It emerged recently that Callis' backstage role with IMPACT had either changed or was in the process of changing and The Invisible Hand was removed as an executive on Anthem's website.

Callis will remain with IMPACT in an on-screen role as Kenny Omega's manager and, as previously noted, he was only present for the first day of recent TV tapings.  

Mike Johnson of PWInsider has confirmed Fightful's report and noted Callis departed his executive position last month. The Invisible Hand had been rolling back his responsibilities outside of the IMPACT Wrestling creative team since 2020 and he officially left creative in April. Both sides departed on good terms and his exit was not dramatic.

With his departure, IMPACT's creative team remains Scott D'Amore, Tommy Dreamer, RD Evans and Jimmy Jacobs. There are reportedly no plans to replace Callis. 

It is expected The Invisible Hand will join AEW full-time at some point in the future. 

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